Author: Conor Robison

Conor Robison is a published historian and creative writer, with extensive earaches from dragging his mother around battlefields and being on the receiving end of her scathing remarks concerning the nature of men and battles. When not battlefield hopping, he is a historical curriculum writer, substitute teacher, and swim instructor. If ever the stress undergone by George Washington can be known to a civilian, he asserts, it must surely be shared by one who has taught children how to swim.